Ottawa Police say it’s “all hands on deck” for Canada Road Safety Week.

All enforcement agencies across Canada are taking part in the seven-day national campaign focusing on making roads safer.

Staff Sgt. Francois D’Aoust said on Twitter that police are focusing on taking the “D’s out of your driving: Drunk, Drugged, Drowsy, Distracted, Dangerously or Detached (seatbelts).”

Sgt. Mark Gatien said officers in the Traffic Services Section will be conducting various education and safety enforcement blitzes across Ottawa.

Gatien tweeted he issued 16 charges for using a handheld device while driving during a 3 hour Cellphone Enforcement Blitz during Tuesday’s rush hour.

Two people have died in collisions on Ottawa roads so far this week.  A 63-year-old woman died after being struck by a dump truck at the intersection of Cedar Creek Drive and Findlay Creek Drive on Tuesday. A 78-year-old woman died from injuries suffered in a three-vehicle crash in North Gower on Sunday.